What signs does the National Australia Bank (NAB) think businesses should be looking for to see if they're about to be hacked? Why does Google want you to do what it says but not what it does? How did the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) manage to block even more websites? And how can a TARDIS and a Skywhale prevent asbestos issues with the National Broadband Network (NBN)?
On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team discusses:
Businesses ignoring the early signs of hacking, according to NAB
Google wanting businesses to be more flexible with its workers, but it not being in favour of letting its own workers work out of the office
ASIC revealing that it accidentally blocked 253,000 websites in March, but saying that 99 percent of those weren't being used
Telstra's remediation of its pits and ducts for the NBN, the associated asbestos dangers, and the political firestorm that surrounds it.
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Running time: 30 minutes, 18 seconds